If you plan on majoring in art, dance, music, or theatre, you must complete a portfolio review or audition as part of your application to Webster. It is recommended that students apply for academic admission before auditioning or doing a portfolio review.
Auditions and portfolio reviews will be held for the following areas:
Please note: Vocal Performance and Musical Theatre are separate programs. Students should audition for one or the other.
Please direct any questions to Patricia Gray Baygents, the Audition Coordinator, in the Office of Admission. 1-800-753-6765 or 1-314-246-4216, or e-mail email@example.com.
There are several regularly scheduled on-campus audition/review days held throughout the year. In addition to the portfolio reviews and auditions, other activities for students and parents are available. These include: campus tours, an admission/financial aid presentation, class observation, and departmental overviews.
Auditions for design/tech, stage management, or directing majors must be arranged on an individual basis by calling the Office of Admission at 314-246-4216 or 1-800-753-6765.
If you wish to fill out a form to schedule an audition or portfolio review please click the appropriate link.
Admission Events Coordinator
470 East Lockwood Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63119, U.S.A.
314-246-4216 • 1-800-753-6765
Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts
Webster's Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts enables students to become confident, intellectually prepared artists and performers in a global environment. Our art, music, theatre and dance majors combine significant studio experiences with an excellent faculty-driven liberal arts education.
Many alumni have been nominated for and won Tony, Emmy, and Academy Awards. Theatre graduates are currently with national touring companies of Peter Pan, Chicago, Cabaret, and Sunset Boulevard.
The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster is considered one of the top professional training programs in the country. It is a B.F.A.-only program designed for students who want to pursue theatre as a full-time career.
Participation is limited to those majoring in theatre. It is not available as a minor, extracurricular activity or an elective. Design/tech and stage management majors work directly with professional designers and technicians and use professional shops.